Welcome to the final reveal for my home office makeover! I am so thrilled to finally be finished and able to use this room. It has been so nice to sit in front of those windows while I work. So, let’s dig right into all the things that I did to get it in this shape.
Renovate & Repair
Do you suffer with drafty windows regardless of the attempt to correct the issue? If you tried to insulate those drafty windows by adding weather stripping or plastic sheeting, but you still have cold air getting in, odds are that your window frames were not insulated.
Welcome back for another round of this dining/office makeover! This week, I am showing you how to make these super easy, custom drop cloth curtains. Yes! I said, “drop cloth.” These bad boys cost me a whopping $28! Isn’t it amazing that you can get drapes that look like they were tailor-made for your windows at such a low price?
Welcome back for round three of this year’s One Room Challenge. If you missed the previous weeks, let me quickly catch you up by saying that I am doing a renovation of my dining room and turning it into a dining/home office. This week’s project is to install a chevron plank ceiling. But not just any planked ceiling. This one is going inside my already beautiful tray ceiling.
Welcome back, folks! I have just completed week two of my six-week One Room Challenge. For this week, I wanted to establish a nice neutral color to serve as a canvas for my dining room to home office renovation. That is why I chose to paint with Sherwin William’s Repose Gray.